Physics (minor)

A student in the Physics Minor will gain a broad introduction to classical (pre-1900) and
modern (post-1900) physics as applied to the natural and manmade world, will develop highly
transferable problem-solving skills, and will delve more deeply into a selected area of physics.

Physics Minor - 23 credits

Required Courses - 16 credits
   PHY 241 General University Physics I - 4
   PHY 243 General University Physics I Lab - 1
   PHY 242 General University Physics II - 4
   PHY 244 General University Physics II Lab - 1
   PHY 338 Modern Physics I - 3
   PHY 339 Modern Physics II - 3

Required Supporting Course - 4 credits
   MTH 210 Calculus I - 4

Electives* - 3 credits
   PHY 331 Mechanics - 3                          PHY 332 Engineering Statics - 3
   PHY 333 Electronic Circuits - 3               PHY 400 Special Topics - 1-3
   PHY 420 Computational Science - 2        PHY 431 Quantum Mechanics - 3
   PHY 438 Electromagnetism - 3               PHY 451 Thermodynamics - 3

* These courses are offered as needed or requested.

Faculty

Dr. Steve Alston - Chair of Natural Sciences Division

Lead/Associate Professor, Physics
salston@campbellsville.edu
Office: (270)789-5250

Ms. April Mathews

Adjunct Instructor, Physics

almathews@campbellsville.edu